There are an estimated 363,000 people across England experiencing multiple disadvantage across a combination of substance misuse, homelessness, poor mental health, domestic abuse and contact with the criminal justice system.
In October the Office for National Statistics published the latest statistics for drug-related deaths in 2019, showing – yet again – a record year in almost a decade of increasing
The Inequalities in Health Alliance was formed following the publication of the Marmot Review, 10 years on and a joint letter to the Prime Minister by the Royal College of
Populations experiencing inequalities are more likely to experience premature frailty and those with the greatest need often also have the greatest difficulty in accessing and receiving appropriate care and support.
The 2020 Comprehensive Spending Review was planned to set out the government’s financial settlement for departments over the next four years. However, the government has taken the decision to postpone
The first part of Dame Carol Black’s review of drugs, published in February 2020, looked at the challenges posed by drug supply and demand, including the ways in which drugs
We’re delighted to announce that Laura Bunt, Deputy Chief Executive of We Are With You, has been appointed Collective Voice’s vice-chair. Laura was previously Chief Digital Officer at Citizens Advice,
Following the news in April of We Are With You joining Collective Voice, we are delighted to announced that The Forward Trust and WDP are also joining. The Forward Trust
Collective Voice is delighted to launch the Addiction and Recovery Covid-19 Response Fund. Context Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations have been at the forefront of supporting people during
It has now been over three months since the UK entered Covid-19 lockdown. As we begin to take the first tentative steps towards the lifting restrictions, more research on the